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Video games are one of the coolest things that computer technology has brought us. It started with blocky pixels and a ton of fun, and is now larger than the movie industry. Since Ubergizmo founders Eliane and Hubert have both worked in the video games industry, we will always look at Game Tech as something special.

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Blizzard Drops Free Team Deathmatch Diablo 3 Update

12/27/2012, I guess if you are one of those who were looking forward in anticipation of the free Team Deathmatch update for Diablo 3, you would be disappointed to hear that Blizzard has shelved this free update, citing issues with “depth” and...

Ouya Begins Shipping Out Developer Kits To Kickstarter Backers

12/27/2012, When the Ouya was introduced this summer, nobody knew it would not only be well received by the gaming community but also ended its Kickstarter campaign with over $8m in funding. Many gamers believe in the little console that could and it looks as though...

Gun Shop Links From Medal Of Honor Site Removed

12/27/2012, Medal of Honor, a major title since 1999 (boy, has the franchise been around that long already?), has apparently seen gun shop links from its site removed. This move was implemented by Electronic Arts, the publisher of the game, after pressure from groups...

LG Offers Games For Cinema 3D Smart TVs

12/27/2012, All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, and it does not matter whether your name is Jack or not – you do not want to end up being the dullest tool in the shed in this day and age. Which is why if you are considering to pick up a brand new TV for...

Walking Dead Game Free On Xbox 360 For A While

12/27/2012, TellTale Games have more or less confirmed this piece of information over Twitter, letting the whole world know that The Walking Dead – Episode 1: A New Day will be made available on the Xbox 360 for free, although this will be a limited time offer....

Tomb Raider To Include Multiplayer Modes? [Rumor]

12/27/2012, Ever since a new Tomb Raider game was announced, we’ve been keeping tabs on its progress every step of the way. We’ve covered its multiple retail editions, its confirmed release date and its unlikeliness of becoming a Wii U title. But one...

Temple Run Is One Hot Download This Christmas

12/27/2012, I guess you know that smartphones and tablets are one hot ticket item this Christmas, otherwise how else do you explain the massive download of the Temple Run game over the Christmas period? Keith Shepherd, founder of Imangi Studios, the very same studio...

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Beta Test Plans

12/26/2012, Square Enix has been quick off the blocks to share with the world their plans for Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, which is due for an upcoming beta test. This beta test is said to be divided into four different phases, where it will be available at...

Capcom releases Monster Hunter 4 gameplay footage

12/26/2012, We’re sure that gamers are a bit bummed that Capcom’s Monster Hunter 4 has been delayed to next year, and while a new release date has yet to be announced, the developers behind the game have decided that the next best thing would be to release a...

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery now available on Android

12/24/2012, Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery is probably a game familiar to many iOS users, and it is also a game that has recently made its way onto the PC as well. Now the good news is that Android users who were feeling a bit left out, you’re in luck as it...

Five new Grand Theft Auto V screenshots revealed

12/24/2012, We know that Rockstar’s highly anticipated Grand Theft Auto V will only see a release in 2013, but until then and perhaps in the spirit of the festive season, Rockstar has decided to release five new screenshots from the game. As you guys know, GTA 5...

Tomb Raider: Underworld Is Free-To-Play In Browser

12/23/2012, They say that there is no such thing as a free lunch in this world, but I think you can get pretty darn close with Tomb Raider: Underworld, where it is made available to the masses as a free-to-play game in a browser, all made possible thanks to Square...